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FloydianSlip6
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FloydianSlip6 Mar 5, 4:40pm - #410781 

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WON'T START

mods, sorry for the double post, but I'm FUCKED right now, forgive me.

Anyone know anything about relays? I'm pretty sure I blew to IG1 relay. What the hell can I do?
I have: Dome light, door open light, check engine light, low beams, remote locking
I don't have: car starting, power locks or windows, radio, clock, AC illumination, gas and engine temp readings
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bajoconstruction
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bajoconstruction Mar 5, 7:14pm - #410782 

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Hmmm I'm not sure, have you changed anything since it first happened?

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bajoconstruction Mar 5, 7:28pm - #410783 

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Ya might need to go check the computer...also check fuse block, there's a reset button on it if there's an overload. Go back and try to remember what you've done that could have caused a short in the system (installation of amp, etc etc)
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Maka Mar 5, 8:26pm - #410784 

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I have the same problem, it has been stored for the winter. Can I just jump start it or will that fuck it up more?

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FloydianSlip6
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FloydianSlip6 Mar 5, 9:38pm - #410785 

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I realized what was wrong, didn't even think of this... I just kinda paniced:
So my car has been stored outside for the last two months without being started, now that I'm back on break and installing a MONSTER headunit what happened was when I was test running it the car wasn't started, so I drained the remaining battery life in about 15 minutes. Which under certain circumstances wouldn't drain the battery, but since the car was just sitting and slowly draining it basically was running out of power. I hooked it to my friends truck battery and charged it up for a minute then started it and everything works great. thumbsup
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bajoconstruction Mar 5, 10:11pm - #410786 

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Ahh cool glad you got it working!

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sbocaj55 Mar 5, 11:43pm - #410787 

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yay thumbsup
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